Delaney Powell and Justin Pham
According to Billboard Top 100, this is the hot top ten for October 2016!
Tenth place: “Fake Love” by Drake. It’s been awhile since Drake has made a hit song, a throwback to when he hit us with “Hotline Bling.”
Number nine is “Black Beatles” by Rae Stremmurd featuring Gucci Mane! This song hasn’t been on the top 10 before and hopefully, it will stay for a long time!
In eighth place: “JuJu On That Beat” by Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion Mc Call. This song is currently at its peak position, and it has been on the charts for only 6 weeks! If it keeps going up and up, it may take the place of the legend, “Closer!”
Number seven: “24K Magic” by Bruno Mars. This song is newer to the charts with only four weeks on the charts. Although, it has been a while since Bruno has made a song. Welcome back!
Number six is “Side to Side”by Ariana Grande featuring Nicki Minaj! This song is already in 6th place (which is also its peak position), and hopefully, it will gradually come up some more!
Number five is “Broccoli” by D.R.A.M featuring Lil Yachty. This song came out towards the end of the summer but finally gained popularity when the school year started.
For number four, we have “Let Me Love You” by DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber. Peak Positions Galore! This song is just one of the many songs that are at its peak position! Hopefully, it goes up one or two places, because it would be nice to have a higher peak position!
Number three: “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots. This song has been on the charts for 2o weeks now, just recently they won the AMA for best live performance just recently. And it was much deserved!
In second place, we have “Starboy” by The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk! Wow! This song is maintaining its peak position! IF this song gets any better, it will take the place of “Closer,” the Hot 100 legend.
Finally, in first place we have “Closer” By The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey. Oh, lord. This song has been on the charts for 14 weeks, and it is still at number one. This is just so incredible. If it stays any longer on the charts, it may be the song of the century.